People all over the world are talking about these hot issues and topics. Do you have strong opinions on these matters?
A day does not go by without a protest taking place somewhere in the world. Do you think a law that bans people from wearing masks during protests would help prevent violent behavior?
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Piercing is practiced by men and women worldwide and may date as far back as humans. Read about a woman with over 6,000 piercings. Does anyone approve of this look?
Youth don't always think about the consequences of getting tattoos. Should young people need parental permission before getting permanent body art?
Did you know that obesity was once a sign of the rich and famous? Read about this health epidemic and learn some scary statistics about overeating.
Some doctors think everyone should get an annual flu vaccine. Do the benefits outweigh the risks?
Do you work hard to keep up with the Joneses? Learn about the growing epidemic of consumerism in wealthy countries.
Some people seem destined to be together. Others spend their whole lives looking for the perfect partner. Do you believe that every human has one true love?
Some animal rights groups think captivity is cruel and unnecessary. Others think zoos are educational. How did we learn so much about the T. rex without observing it in person?
The X-Games is an extreme version of the Olympics. Are the sports of Generation Y really more dangerous than traditional sports like hockey?
Finding time to date is tough in this day and age. Would you tell your friends and family if you were using an online dating service?
Many countries now have anti-bullying campaigns, such as Pink Shirt Day in Canada. Does anti-bullying education help prevent bullying?
Fair trade is a system that tries to give producers in developing countries the money they deserve. Would you pay a higher price for something that was made in a responsible way?
In this lesson, Lee has a job interview. He later writes a follow-up thank you letter.
In this lesson, you will practice useful expressions and questions for taking a taxi in an English-speaking country.
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